Galaxy’s CCL hopes force Impact to juggle its schedule By Charles Posted on March 21, 2013 Comments Off on Galaxy’s CCL hopes force Impact to juggle its schedule 0 449 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter As has been expected for almost two weeks, MLS has postponed the Montreal Impact’s April 6 road date against the Los Angeles Galaxy. Commissioner Don Garber had been quoted on MLSSoccer.com, saying that the league was looking at clearing the schedules of the Galaxy and the Seattle Sounders, who each play Mexican opposition in the CONCACAF Champions League semifinals. That came to pass Thursday, as the league has cleared the Sounders and Galaxy of playing commitments for the April 6-7 weekend. That now gives both MLS clubs the chance to have a weekend off between their two CCL midweek semifinal legs. The Galaxy will play Monterrey, the two-time defending CCL champs, while the Sounders play Santos Laguna, who knocked Toronto FC out of the tourney last season. The Impact will now play in Los Angeles on Oct. 16. The move is not unprecedented. Two years ago, MLS shuffled the schedule so Real Salt Lake could have more time off as it went for the CCL title. The MLS side lost in the finals to Monterrey.